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The snow is falling and you know what that means? Vampires! The creepy, face-stealing action RPG Bloodmasque has gone free for one week in honor of Halloween Christmas... for some reason. The game lets you put your own face on the main character, a half-breed vampire hunter, and for a limited time...

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December 10, 2013 at 1:15PM
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To celebrate over 500,000 downloads, Square Enix's vampire hunt-em-up, Bloodmasque, is free on iOS this week. The app will be a free download until midnight on December 16. Bloodmasque is set in the nineteenth century, in the vampire-ruled city of Paris. As a champion of justice, you must sweep ...

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Bloodmasque, which we've yet to conclude is pronounced as blood-MASK or blood-MAS-que, is currently free for iOS devices until Midnight on November 7. The game has also added the "Hunter Rankings" feature, which is a set of weekend challenges for in-game items. The Vampire-hunting app features F...

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The newly-released vampire RPG brawler Bloodmasque is yet another game in the strange sub genre of iOS apps that think they are full-fledge, console-quality releases. You may already be familiar with other games in this niche including Infinity Blade, Rage, and the recently released Deus Ex: The F...

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Vampire-hunting app Bloodmasque from Square Enix is available to make the night safe once again on the Apple App Store. The Unreal Engine-powered game featuring a "photo-based character customization experience" can be staked for $6.99. Mmmmm, steak. Square Enix notes "full completion" of the ga...

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This summer, Square Enix will launch a vampire-hunting app on iOS called Bloodmasque. Set in 19th century Paris, Bloodmasque tasks players with ridding the town of vamps in this Unreal Engine-powered game anchored by a "photo-based character customization experience." Square Enix snatched up d...

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Square Enix's Bloodmasque was undoubtedly the strangest game I saw at E3 last week, and in a year defined by indie titles and two new HD consoles, I think that's saying something. Square Enix has had a weird time with the App Store -- other companies like Capcom and EA have found a lot of success ...

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